The Official Writing Challenge
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This was so discriptive, I felt like I was there. Great word pictures.
Great job. Very descriptive. I can just see the boys with the crawfish (I live outside New Orleans)in their shirts, dumping them at your feet then dancing around the fire. Great job.
Really vivid pictures. Can relate to the boys pouring out crayfish at your feet--I believe I would have done a wild dance of my own. Really wonderful story. God bless ya, littlelight
Cute story! It's been years since I ate crawdads...brings back memories! :-) Good job!
Absolutely wonderful! I read through the story twice, laughing both times. And what a wonderful message at the end! Thanks for sharing a well-written story.
Very vivid and descriptive, and FUN. Thanks
A vivid story. Great sense of place. Think baout more forshadowing for the sudden introduction of feeling 'trapped' and the last line, if you expand this.
Could picture myself there with you. Got a bit worried when the boys went quiet - was relieved to find them back with the crayfish. Good job!
Quiet usually means trouble, doesn't it! I would have been horrified! LOL Great story-telling and a nice message tacked on at the end. Well done!
Blessings, Lynda
Wonderful -funny with a point - but I'm afraid I'd have to find the PB&J for dinner :)
Now you have me thinking, can I cook Maryland river crayfish and have them taste like the wonderful crawfish I've had in New Orleans? This was great fun.
Hi Beth! I'm just popping in to let you know that "Wigglers" was in the semi-finals for the Camping Challenge and wasn't that far off making it into the Editors' Choice (you rated 12th overall). So well done! Love, Deb (Challenge Coordinator)